Free Speech Victories Increasing on College Campuses

Vicki E. Alger

October 24 2014

Students are fighting for their First Amendment rights—and winning.

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What the "Wastebook" Really Tells Us

Charlotte Hays

October 24 2014

Hint: It's not hat Congress should spend on more worthy projects.

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Cruel Carol Costello

Charlotte Hays

October 24 2014

I don't want to talk about media bias against conservatives and their families. I want to talk about being cruel. 

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Union to Jobs: Go Away!

Patrice J. Lee

October 24 2014

A California city loses 300 jobs from a Japanese company before they even arrived because of underhanded local union tactics.

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Rise of the Machine: More on McDonald's Misguided Protesters

Patrice J. Lee

October 24 2014

Protesters may get pink slips instead of minimum wage hikes.

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Federal Judge: IRS Target Practice Does No Lasting Damage

Charlotte Hays

October 24 2014

Von Spakovsky: The ruling leaves taxpayers targeted by IRS without effective remedy.

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School Choice Saves Money—and Gets Results

Vicki E. Alger

October 23 2014

Freedom may not be free, but it’s sure cheaper than a government schooling monopoly.

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Ferguson Update: What If There Is No Indictment?

Charlotte Hays

October 23 2014

In the event that there is no indictment, the constitution lawyer in the White House could do a great deal to publicly stand up for American justice. Don’t hold your breath.

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China’s “Dysfunctional Growth Model”

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

October 23 2014

The world’s largest country needs to restructure its economy.

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On Greenspan, Geithner, and Dodd-Frank

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

October 23 2014

"Too big to fail" lives on.

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Are Plastic Products Costing You Your Sex Drive?

Julie Gunlock

October 22 2014

Faulty studies make headlines again.

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The Best and Worst States for Teachers

Vicki E. Alger

October 22 2014

New ranking draws criticism

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Has Feminism Jumped the Shark?

Sabrina Schaeffer

October 22 2014

The only thing that should be shocking in this video is how openly political and vitriolic the conversation about women – and by extension women voters – has become. From the War on Women to FCKH8 gender feminists have started to show their true colors....

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Playing the Sexism Card Where It Doesn’t Belong

Carrie L. Lukas

October 22 2014

Society for Women's Health Research tries to confuse the debate about the use of biosimilars.

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Fighting City Hall to Play in Her Own Backyard

Patrice J. Lee

October 22 2014

Local California government bans the private backyard playground of a special needs girl.

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Hottest Cities for College Grads

Patrice J. Lee

October 22 2014

Young people are flocking to unlikely cities for quality of life (including lower tax bills).

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Fast Food Automation Is Already a Reality in Parts of the World

Carrie L. Lukas

October 22 2014

A higher minimum wage will hasten the process of replacing workers with machines.

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Hugh Jass Burger Heiress Decries GOP "War on Women"

Charlotte Hays

October 22 2014

Magazine: “If there really is a #waronwomen, Kentucky Democratic Senate candidate Alison Lundergan Grimes might just come from one of its founding families.”

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Coburn's Wastebook: Swedish Massages for Rabbits

Charlotte Hays

October 22 2014

The problem: Congress gets to spend Other People's Money.

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Big Vendors Cash In from Common Core Testing

Vicki E. Alger

October 22 2014

All the usual suspects in the Fed Ed monopoly

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Banning Bathroom Breaks--For Safety!

Julie Gunlock

October 21 2014

And now going to the loo is too risky for kids.

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HHS Study: ObamaCare Death Spiral on the Horizon?

Patrice J. Lee

October 21 2014

If subsidies for ObamaCare plans are eliminated, costs will skyrocket by over 40 percent and nearly 70 percent of plan holders will drop out.

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Bad Behavior Bonus

Patrice J. Lee

October 21 2014

Federal agencies spent $775 million on extended paid leave for misbehaving employees.

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Gestational Diabetes is Dangerous, Not Glucola

Julie Gunlock

October 21 2014

The Food Babe's chemphobia is deadly.

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New Bill Expands Child Care Options

Vicki E. Alger

October 21 2014

Certificates let parents choose faith-based providers and family members.

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